composite map

composite map

[kəm′päz·ət ′map]
(mining engineering)
A map in which several levels of a mine are shown on a single sheet.
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A composite map (the second map mentioned above) shows the entire inlet, the trackline and sightings, with handwriting that appears to be Nancy Murray (based on other maps/field notes).
The QTL linked with Satt594 could be the same QTL due to markers associated with QTLs located in the same region in the soybean composite map (Song et al.
Crossley and colleagues then compared the regions associated with these disorders with a composite map of a healthy brain's connections, which the team created from diffusion tensor imaging scans of 56 volunteers.
Winters 1996-1997, 1998-1999 and 1999-2000 are considered as non-ENSO years and were selected as representatives for 'normal' SST conditions in the Tehuantepec and Papagayo regions and compiled in a SST composite map (Figure 2).
The following pages contain a composite map of the supply chains behind electronics manufacturing.
The composite map published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (see page 88) shows where the heaviest rains fell along the East Coast during the period from Aug.
The model uses layers of historical data, satellite imagery and field observations to produce a composite map on the status of reefs in the western Indian Ocean, in addition to an index of coral communities, their diversity and their susceptibility to bleaching.
2 (ESRI, 2009), a composite map showing the distribution and extent of prairie and savanna in Florida was constructed.
Due to its collective production, it reads like a composite map of internal monologues: "Ads on the F train that never seem to change .
A composite map reflecting all understandings and relationships was also created for purposes of contrasting perceptions.
The handsomely designed fold-out composite map is tailored to its tenant audience with the W&H logo.

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